Facing Damage To Your Gutter, Soffit, And Fascia? How Should You Prioritize Repairs?

Posted on: 31 January 2016
If your home has recently weathered a storm, fallen tree, or other natural disaster that has damaged the outermost portions of your roof (like your gutters, soffits, or fascias), you may be wondering about your next steps. After assessing damages and notifying your homeowners insurance company, you'll want to quickly restore your home to its pre-accident condition before future inclement weather causes long-term structural problems. What factors should you use to determine whether these parts need to be replaced, and how should you prioritize replacement?
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4 Easy Ways To Prevent Ants From Taking Over Your Home

Posted on: 13 January 2016
Roaches. Mice. Both of these names can bring fear into the hearts of homeowners all over the world. Both are pesky pests that can ruin portions of your house or apartment. Now go ahead and add ants to the list of pests that can cause you some serious rounds of headaches and damage to your home. There are over 12,000 different kinds of ants, with some posing a serious threat to your home's well being, such as the odious house ant and the ruinous carpenter ant.
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3 Types Of Fireplaces That Work Great For Small Family Rooms

Posted on: 18 December 2015
Would you love a fireplace in your family room but don't feel as though you can afford the space for one? If so, don't give up hope just yet. Fireplace options have come a long way from their big, bold designs of long ago, and nowadays there's a style to suit just about every need. If you've got limited space in your family room but you want a fireplace, here are three ways to make it happen.
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Does Your Air Conditioner Trip The Circuit Breaker? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 9 December 2015
After your thermostat, your circuit breaker is the next likely place you'll look when your A/C system suddenly cuts out. Your first inclination may be to reset the breaker switch for the A/C and go back to whatever you're doing--at least until it trips again. If this has happened to you several times in a row, then it may be time to get to the bottom of the problem. How Your Home's Circuit Breaker Works
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